11/26/2012 03:20 PM
BATON ROUGE – LSU students will be serving the Old South Baton Rouge Community at
“Around the World in Family Games: An International Family Fun Night,” to be held
at the Carver Branch Library at 720 Terrace Street on Monday, Nov. 26, from 6 – 8
p.m. Families of all ages will join in an assortment of fun games from around the
country and the globe. While adults, teens and older children challenge each other
in friendly competition, preschool children will be treated to a special game-themed
story time with crafts in the Storytime Room. Refreshments will be served in the meeting
room at 7:30 p.m.
The LSU School of Library & Information Science is focusing on the growing importance
of multicultural populations’ needs from libraries and librarians in a new service-learning
course, Media Services for Multicultural Populations.
Assistant Professor Robin Kurz and graduate students are working with the Carver Branch
Library. Historically, this library branch has served a large African-American population,
but has seen growth in international patrons. The service-learning project focuses
on better serving these populations and fostering a multi-generational library program
based on the rich oral traditions which thrive in the larger community.
For more updates about this event and more information about family programs at the Carver Branch Library, visit www.ebrpl.com/LibraryServices/ProgramsClassesEvents.html.
For more information about this service-learning course, visit http://www.lsu.edu/ur/ocur/lsunews/MediaCenter/News/2012/11/item55179.html.
Posted on Monday, November 26, 2012